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yellow dog

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Posted: 08/07/22 06:24am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I just watched a video showing how to set up factory TPMS for trailer on GM trucks. It says you can program (in the truck) tire pressures between 50 psi - 100 psi. My 5th wheel tires require 110 psi. Has anyone experienced a higher pressure beyond the 100 psi?

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Are those wheels and tires 17.5's? Just trying to understand how your set up requires 110 psi.


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Mine take 125. I just went with an aftermarket system for the coach


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Posted: 08/07/22 09:10am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

BTW.
One of my front chevy TPMS sustsined some damage. They are stupid expensive.
250.00!!!


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The wheels are 16," and are required to run at 110 psi per the manufacturer. I will probably just continue to use my aftermarket TPMS on the 5th wheel if I can't set them to the correct pressure in the truck.

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yellow dog wrote:

The wheels are 16," and are required to run at 110 psi per the manufacturer. I will probably just continue to use my aftermarket TPMS on the 5th wheel if I can't set them to the correct pressure in the truck.


Silliest thing I’ve heard in a while.
You really want your TPMS to alarm you at 109 psi? 1 psi under what you think it should be?

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I don’t know if they are the same system but on my 2009 we raced the truck and ran tire pressure as low as 20psi, I had the dealer reset the tire pressure settings in the TPMS so we wouldn’t get the dashboard warning.

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S Davis wrote:

I don’t know if they are the same system but on my 2009 we raced the truck and ran tire pressure as low as 20psi, I had the dealer reset the tire pressure settings in the TPMS so we wouldn’t get the dashboard warning.

Been the better part of 10 years since ANY dealer would adjust TPMS thresholds, on the books, at least. But there is aftermarket equipment that will.
However in the OPs case he doesn’t understand what he’s dealing with or he’d realize it’s a non issue in his case and he has a great solution already.

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Grit dog wrote:

yellow dog wrote:

The wheels are 16," and are required to run at 110 psi per the manufacturer. I will probably just continue to use my aftermarket TPMS on the 5th wheel if I can't set them to the correct pressure in the truck.


Silliest thing I’ve heard in a while.
You really want your TPMS to alarm you at 109 psi? 1 psi under what you think it should be?

ROFL


No, he does NOT want it setting off the alarm constantly because the tires are 10PSI over pressure.


Putting 10-ply tires on half ton trucks since aught-four.

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mkirsch wrote:

Grit dog wrote:

yellow dog wrote:

The wheels are 16," and are required to run at 110 psi per the manufacturer. I will probably just continue to use my aftermarket TPMS on the 5th wheel if I can't set them to the correct pressure in the truck.


Silliest thing I’ve heard in a while.
You really want your TPMS to alarm you at 109 psi? 1 psi under what you think it should be?

ROFL


No, he does NOT want it setting off the alarm constantly because the tires are 10PSI over pressure.


Exactly...

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